BTS’s Jimin Leaves Heartbroken Message On Weverse Following The Shocking “Unanswered Questions” Episode

He is inspiring ARMYs to also take part and raise awareness.

Following the latest Unanswered Questions broadcast about the death of Jung In, a 16-month-old baby who lost her life to months of physical abuse from her adoptive parents…

Jung In on EBS’s “One Average Family” show with her adoptive mother Jang. | EBS

BTS’s Jimin took to Weverse and participated in the “#정인아미안해 (#JungInImSorry)” campaign.

| Weverse

#I’m Sorry Jung In

— Jimin

The campaign was kickstarted from the heartbreaking goodbye video that was featured at the end of the Unanswered Questions episode. Many viewers posed with signs apologizing to Jung In for not being able to protect her.

The campaign is raising awareness about not only Jung In’s case, but also child abuse in general — as well as the evident lack of enforcement to protect abused children in Korea as of now.

BTS’s Jimin | @bts_twt/Twitter

Following in Jimin’s steps, K-ARMYs are also taking part in the campaign and even submitting appeals to the court to help Jung In’s case triumph by pushing for the adoptive parents to receive the maximum sentences possible.

Jung In (bottom left) with her adoptive parents Ahn (top left) and Jang (top right) on EBS’s “One Average Family” show. | EBS

Read more about Jung In here:

“Unanswered Questions” Infuriates Viewers With Its Most Traumatizing Episode Yet About A Korean Baby’s Death